Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is the land of hospitality, mesmerizing landscapes, comprehensive culture, astonishing history, legendry conquerors, and a hub of tourism. The province is located in the northwestern region of the country. The total area of the province is 101,741 km². Khyber Pakhtunkhwa enjoys unique status nationally and internationally due to its rich cultural and natural heritage and its appeal as a destination for adventurers, archaeologists, and explorers. The cultural heritage of the province has prints of Persians, Turks, Greeks, Buddhists, Mughals, and Britishers in the form of artifacts, performing arts, gastronomy, visual arts, languages, literatures, crafts, landscapes, and so on. The province is well known for its ancient roots. The climate ranges from extreme conditions throughout the province. The northern region experiences extremely cold and snowy winters with heavy rainfall and pleasant summers, whereas the southern parts of KP experience fairly less severe winters, moderate rainfall, and a hotter summer. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa plays a vital role in making a positive impact at the international level. Its exotic beauty in northern areas captivates tourists around the globe. The lush green valleys and ice-packed mountains of the province give it a competitive edge over other provinces in terms of tourism. Tourist destinations with alluring natural beauty are also playing a significant role in providing employment to unskilled people in the most remote locations.